I can't wait!
I was surprised to see how off model Peter Pan was in every picture. You would have thought special attention would have been taken to keep the title character design like the screen version.
Johnk - Wait no more!Joel - I actually love this peter pan better!
my dear barbie im a huge fan of your blog...i love it so much! thank u!!thank u so much the Peter pan and the indians golden book...i almost had a heart attack a when i saw it! hahaahah i really love the art on it please dont u have more peter pan golden books? im looking for the 50´s disney cinderella golden book...not the one that u already post that i love too...but this version of cinderella published as a Little Golden Book by Simon & Schuster, New York, in 1950 ..look this link please:http://cgi.ebay.com/Little-Golden-Book-Walt-Disneys-Cinderella-1950_W0QQitemZ150367312459QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUS_Childrens_Books?hash=item2302971a4b&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14
I've been reading these old Golden Books on your post for several hours now. They're wonderful, and bring back so many memories (I'm 61). However, I tried to watch the Disney DVD of Peter Pan just recently, and was so put off by the portrayal of Indians in it, that I couldn't finish it. How times change!
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